Pryathna Sankaranarayanan | April 4, 2018 | 2 minutes
Auraya’s partner Fujitsu discusses security challenges of a mobile-driven economy and the benefits of cloud-based biometrics over conventional on-device authentication in its latest whitepaper.
Fujitsu, a leading global information and communication technology company, gives insights on enterprise security challenges in a digital age and the need for a cloud-based biometric solution, in Frost and Sullivan’s report on – ‘Biometrics As a Service’
The whitepaper discusses cyber security challenges that businesses face in building mobile-centric applications and services for a digitally savvy workforce and consumer profile. As business processes increasingly shift into the digital space, the need for managing data and information security is rapidly growing.
Fujitsu’s ‘Biometrics As a Cloud Service’ is a scalable, on-demand, cost efficient solution featuring multi-biometric fusion – supporting face, voice, iris, fingerprint, palm or vein biometrics on its cloud platform. Fujitsu’s Social Command Centre (SCC) introduces Service Desk of the Future – with voice biometrics and virtual assistants empowering digital transformation.
The use cases highlight challenges and solutions for healthcare organizations, banking and e-commerce. Read the whitepaper here.